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Hot Track: Swimming, "Swan Dive"

Hot Track: Swimming, "Swan Dive"

Swimming are a 4-piece indie pop band from Fayetteville, AR. Their self-titled EP will make you want to go swimming. And live someplace where long, languid summers are real.

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Video: Nas on Illmatic

Video: Nas on Illmatic

Nas isn’t doing much press work while he’s on tour with Rock the Bells, but he opened up to one shoe company (and probably a cool pay check) about his classic first album Illmatic.

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Deadmau5, Little Dragon Return

Deadmau5, Little Dragon Return

Didn’t get enough Deadmau5 or Little Dragon at Outside Lands last week. Both are back this October for San Francisco tour stops.

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Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Q&A: Giovanni Giusti of The Limousines

Bay Area electropop duo The Limousines, popular for declaring that “the kids are disco dancing, they’re tired of rock n’ roll,” spread that message throughout their energetic, catchy tunes and especially fun live performances.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The madness that was Outside Lands may be behind us but there is just as much music to rock out to this weekend including a future funk quartet, hip hop hero DJ Cosmo Baker, true progressive house with Morgan Page, and more!

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Hot Track: "Bad Feeling" by Veronica Falls

Hot Track: "Bad Feeling" by Veronica Falls

A brand new 7″ single from Veronica Falls, released in anticipation of the London quartet’s full length debut on Slumberland Records, recalls the bright pop harmonies and interspersed foreboding that characterized previous singles “Found Love in a Graveyard” or “Beachy Head.”

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Giveaway: Stone Temple Pilots & Cheap Trick

Giveaway: Stone Temple Pilots & Cheap Trick

Generations collide this weekend at Fort Mason’s Great Meadow at the debut 107.7 Bonehead BBQ featuring 90s rockers Stone Temple Pilots, 70s hair band Cheap Trick, and local outfit The Hooks. Find out how to win tickets after the jump.

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Preview: Craft Spells at Rickshaw Stop

Preview: Craft Spells at Rickshaw Stop

Craft Spells, the pseudonym of Justin Vallesteros of Stockton, started off initially as a solo bedroom project, so it should come as no surprise that a morose sense of isolation underlies the synth-laden dream-Balearic pop soundscapes he creates. He returns to San Francisco for a…

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Q&A: Water Borders

Q&A: Water Borders

Local duo Water Borders, comprised of Amitai Heller and Loric Sih, have been busy this summer as part of the Tri Angle Records showcase tour and anticipate the release of their debut full length this October on the same label.

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Q&A: Sea of Bees

Q&A: Sea of Bees

Started by Jules Bee in 2009, Sea of Bees has exploded onto the international scene. The Sacramento-based musician took a moment from her busy touring schedule to talk to about the process of recording her new Gnomes EP, churches obsessed with U2,  and more.

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Outside Lands: Day 3 Roundup

Outside Lands: Day 3 Roundup

Outside Lands went out like a lion with Arcade Fire becoming the most memorable experience of the entire 3-day festival. Sunday funday was spent exploring indie bands and DJs as well as your favorite rock acts on the main stage.

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Preview: Holcombe Waller @ Bottom of the Hill

Preview: Holcombe Waller @ Bottom of the Hill

Portland singer/songwriter Holcombe Waller stops by Bottom of the Hill this Tuesday for the tail-end of his West Coast tour with Mia Doi Todd.

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